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1 continuity mistake in Long Day's Journey (a.k.a. Missing Persons)

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Long Day's Journey (a.k.a. Missing Persons) - S1-E15

Continuity mistake: Doug Ross puts a piece of gauze over the young girl Mandy's wrist - the shot changes to over his shoulder and there is suddenly no gauze. Within a few seconds he then manages to bandage up her hand, as he talks. In real time, it couldn't have been done that quickly.

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